From tech and Internet surveillance to sensors to social networking, privacy rules are being rewritten.
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The tech giant is holding a series of meetings across Europe to debate the 'right to be forgotten,' privacy, and freedom of information. First stop: Madrid.
The United States Federal Bureau of Investigation used a leaky Captcha prompt to take down the servers of the Silk Road anonymous marketplace, according to claims in court documents filed late last week.
New Zealand's largest telco has clarified the incident that took down its network over the weekend, saying it was a result of insecure modems, not malware as first thought.
It's not always easy, but there are many ways to watch NFL games without paying an arm and a leg to your cable or satellite TV provider. Here are your options.
These so-called "trusted third-parties" may be the most important tech companies you've never heard of. ZDNet reveals how these companies work as middlemen or "brokers" of customer data between ISPs and phone companies, and the U.S. government.
If these efforts from the copyright industry and its workers' union are the best they can do, then it's time for them to face up to their own mortality.
Apple is ramping up iCloud defences in the aftermath of hackers swiping nude photos of celebrities from the online digital vault.
Facebook has started to roll out an exercise that guides users through their security settings and privacy controls with step-by-step instructions.
The celebrity stolen nudes debacle has everyone talking about failed protections and victims. Violet Blue thinks it's time to talk about fighting back.
The privacy czar has floated the possibility of making re-identification of anonymised data illegal.
The multi-million settlement will end a federal privacy investigation, because the phone giant failed to notify customers of their opt-out marketing rights.
The Australian Law Reform Commission has recommended a tort be implemented for serious invasions of privacy in the digital world, but has stepped back from a safe harbour proposal for internet companies that host content deemed to invade a person's privacy.
A hacker may have been responsible for leaking explicit photos of celebrities due to a weak link in their Apple iCloud accounts. Here's what you can do to keep your embarrassing selfies (and company secrets) out of the public eye.
The Australian Capital Territory's new information privacy laws, which came into effect today, open the door for the appointment of an information privacy commissioner for the territory.